Weight Watchers Chat -- Part III

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  1. figment814

    figment814 Mouseketeer

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    I have never been able to eat just one oreo...good call on throwing them out!

    It was pizza and salad. Only caesar dressing, so I kept it plain, and two squares of pizza...it was sort of a margarita type, so the cheese was not evenly spread, so I picked pieces without a lot of cheese. I also avoided the dessert tray. Not very filling, but kept my points relatively low. Will munch on veggies and fruits to get me to dinner.

    I'm a rejoiner too! congrats on the 25.2 so far...that is AWESOME!
     
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  3. robinb

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    Welcome to the thread! So, you've lost 25 lbs in about 2 months? You are a rock star :cheer2:. There are a few of us here are are "return" visitors to WW and we also have some Lifetime members here too. You'll fit right in :upsidedow.
     
  4. Sandi

    Sandi A proud Spartans fan.

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    I agree. For several of us, it's not our first rodeo. I found, however, that this thread and the folks on it have kept me on the horse! Welcome to all.
     
  5. pwdebbie

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    Ok, I have to ask. What does NSV stand for? I thought I had it figured out but now I am not so sure. :)
     
  6. Krissalee

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    So, I reached a goal today, way ahead of schedule. When I joined WW in the spring, I had hoped to loose 40 pounds by my 40th birthday. This would get me about halfway to my ultimate goal. Well, I am now down 42.6 pounds as of today's weigh in, and my 40th birthday is still 2 months away! So I have amended my goal to hopefully be down 50 by 40. I'm feeling good about the changes I have made and am planning to start my 40s being a healthier person overall.
     
  7. jessc79

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    Congrats that's wonderful!
     
  8. alizesmom

    alizesmom Pumba is my hero but I love Donald

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    Amazing and wonderful.
     
  9. lovesmurfs

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    Non-scale victory.
     
  10. Mermaid02

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    For instance, my pajama pants falling down a couple of weeks ago. :rotfl2:
     
  11. WDWRids

    WDWRids Ready to go back!!

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    WI this am.......down another lb....total loss of 3 lbs! I've struggled with getting started(lost a lb then gained it back) but doing much better this week. Nice to see 189 on the scale! My goal this week is to get more exercise in. Anyone do a DVD workout? I just got the Tone it Up DVD and its great! Everyone have a great day!
     
  12. pwdebbie

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    Good for you for doing this at your age. I wish I had! Congrats on meeting your goal ahead of time. I like to set little goals rather than just look at the big picture. Makes it seem more do-able.
     
  13. pwdebbie

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    Thanks! Makes sense to me now.
     
  14. robinb

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    I lost .6 lbs this week. I'm happy with any loss but i need to step it up. My goal is another 4 lbs by Thanksgiving.
     
  15. pwdebbie

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    What do we have, five weeks yet? I'm sure you can do it.
     
  16. lovesmurfs

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    Uggh. Up 1.4 at WI, and pretty undeserved -- I had a really good OP week.

    I keep wondering whether the 4.6 loss last week was accurate. My scale at home and the one at WW are pretty close. I weigh every morning at home, and I never got close to the weight from last week's WI.

    Oh well, onward for next week! Tracked everything for today, with dinner pre-planned, and have 2 APs so far -- I plan on 6 more throughout the day.
     
  17. Sandi

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    That seems very doable Robin. A Thanksgiving goal is great. I'm right there with you!
     
  18. bumbershoot

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    I celebrated 50 lbs today. :) Hit it last week, but didn't have my normal leader and I wanted to wait.

    Today was the Very First Time I weighed in wearing normal pants (although still lightweight) instead of exercise shorts, though I still wore the lightest top possible (which is a normal top). I also wore socks (the CA meetings I attended where bare feet weren't allowed really messed with my head, LOL). Woo! A precedent has been set. :) Next step to work towards is eating before the meeting.

    Oh and today I had the fabled .2 loss. Loss is a loss is a loss, I'll take it!
     
  19. Mermaid02

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    Lost 1.6 this week to FINALLY hit the 25# lost mark!! So excited for that- I also made it into ONEderland!!
     
  20. pwdebbie

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    On my dd's card they noted "jeans" on her WI. I won't eat before my meeting simply because after the meeting I go and get Auntie Anne's pretzels for dh and I (9 points). I save my points on WI day for that pretzel. Never knew they were so tasty until I joined WW!

    :)
    Yay!
     
  21. robinb

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    Man, I hate weigh ins like that ... when you do everything right and still gain. I think that when that happens you need to look at the big picture and how much you have lost in the last couple months and convince yourself it's just a fluke. {{hugs}}

    Ah! The proverbial "stick of butter" loss. Like you said, it's still a loss :thumbsup2. I admit that I also dig through my closet for a lightweight top and I now have my "weigh-in" jeans ... I also bough a couple pairs of super light weight socks at Marshall's.

    Congratulations! That is so exciting to hit two milestones in one weigh-in! :woohoo:
     

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